Grusome games, freaky food and a malevolent maze for Halloween in High Roding this weekend

PUBLISHED: 09:15 22 October 2018 | UPDATED: 09:15 22 October 2018

Ghoulish going-ons at the Halloween extravaganza last year.

Ghoulish going-ons at the Halloween extravaganza last year.

Saffron Photo 2017

Tricks and treats will be had in High Roding at a Halloween extravaganza on October 26 and 27.

Children will be given 200 ‘dead man’ dollars to spend on spooky games and can enter a specially constructed maze, with smoke machines and volunteers who will scare anyone brave enough to enter.

There will also be a barbeque, a bar, a pumpkin patch and prizes.

Money raised at the event will go to local charities and other good causes.

This is the second year this event has run, and last year’s event attracted hundreds, according to an organiser.

The event, known as The Twisted Ring, will take place at the playing fields in Broadfield, High Roding, and will be well signposted. The times for October 26 are 6-9pm and 4-9pm on October 27. Tickets are £2.50 and can be purchased at the door.


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